No. 95 NAI DFA 422/180 Part 1
DUBLIN, 13 June 1941
Dear Mr. van Hoek,
I have your letter of the 9th June.1 I am afraid I could not agree to your writing anything about our new quarters.2 We prefer to have as little publicity as possible about the Department, as we feel the less the Civil Service appears in the limelight the better. But I shall be very glad to see you at any time – without your notebook!
[stamped] (SIGNED) J. P. WALSHE
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